Fabric Showcase: Warm colors, lively prints

 

Doing The Tango & Salsa

Outdura by Shuford Mills. Rock the Kasbah Collection. Marrakech in Salsa. Tone and texture combine to create a dramatic pattern of intricately woven medallions. Construction: 100% Solution dyed acrylic. Richloom Fabrics. Solarium Performance Brand. Elements in Red. An allover texture. Construction: Polyester and olefin.

Spice Rack

Sunbury for Terra Furniture. Martha's Garden Collection. Fleur del Lis in Terra Cotta. A pattern from a travel trunk lining that belonged to Martha Washington, part of the Mount Vernon exclusive collection by Terra Furniture under a licensed agreement. Construction: 100% Sunbrella yarns. Richloom Fabrics.

Sunny Day

Stroup Fabric Sales. SPF Collection. Harbor in Nassau. Brand new all woven sun-protected fabrics. Construction: 100% Solution-dyed polyester. Richloom Fabrics. Better Homes and Garden Collection. Lucky in Mango. A stripe featuring bright, bold colors. Construction: 100% Spun polyester. Robert Allen @ Home.

Va Va Vivacious

Robert Allen @ Home. Susan Sargent Maori Bay Collection. Banyan Tree in Sunshine. A medallion leaf motif. Construction: Acrylic. Duralee. Pavilion Prints Vol. II Collection. An indoor/outdoor print in Summer. Construction: 100% Acrylic. Richloom Fabrics. Better Homes and Garden Collection. Adriana in Capri.

 

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